Trying to get the neo-conservatives to leave office has filled the morning news with a plethora of stories about the disgraceful way they are leaving office. Here are just a few links from today's news:
National Public Radio (NPR) suggests Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez' refusal to resign as Attorney General is about to cause an explosion.
The Washington Post is reporting that Paul Wolfowitz, a chief architect of the war in Iraq, has hired an attorney to fight to keep his job as head of the World Bank, rather than resigning as directed by the Bank's Board of Directors.
Raw Story is reporting that Ohio Congressman Dennis Kucinich will announce articles for the impeachment of Vice President Cheney today.
The LA Times is reporting that there will be a new sweeping federal investigation of chief White House political strategist Karl Rove.
The volume, breadth and severity of scandal and disgrace being uncovered in our political system seems to me to be unprecedented in our history. Even the depths of the Watergate era cannot match this.